Blinq is aware that Microsoft has recently tightened their spam filtering to a point where it is false-flagging legitimate emails as phishing or spam.
Unfortunately, we are at the whim of Microsoft & system administrators to remediate this.
I use Outlook:
To ensure messages from known addresses or domains don't get moved to your Junk Email folder, add them to your safe senders list:
- Open your Safe Senders settings.
- Under Safe senders and domains, select Add
blinq.meas these are the domains we send emails from.
- Select Save.
My organisation uses Microsoft 365:
Your organisation’s system administrator can follow these steps to ensure emails from Blinq are delivered.
- Open Threat Explorer in Microsoft 365 Defender, select the “Phish” tab
- In the search, select the Sender dropdown & switch to Sender Domain
- Type [
blinq.me](<http://blinq.me/>),[mail.blinq.me](<http://mail.blinq.me/>),[business.blinq.me](<http://business.blinq.me/>)and hit Enter on your keyboard
- Check all the boxes for emails from Blinq
- Select Message actions above the table
- Select Report clean
- Check the box for Allow emails with similar attributes
- Select Submit
You should now see that Blinq is allowed in then Tenant Allow/Block list for your account.